8 May 2015


While I’ve always had issues with my combination skin breaking out and hence loved using exfoliating and deep cleaning masks, I am now at the age where I’ve come to realise that a good moisturising treatment mask does my ageing skin a world of good. Here are my thoughts on the SKII Facial Treatment Mask;


What They Say:
A luxurious facial mask with an indulgent concentration of Pitera in a single application. Your skin is immediately and exceptionally immersed in moisturization, resulting in a visibly radiant and crystal clear complexion.

RRP: $28 each, or $140 (6 masks) – Available SKII counters from Myer, David Jones and select Pharmacies

What I Say:
The  SKII Facial Treatment Masks are cotton cloth masks that have been soaked in the key ingredient used in SKII products, Pitera.

Pitera is a unique yeast strain that is full of vitamins, amino acids, minerals, and organic acids that work together to allow the skin’s natural surface rejuvenation process to function at its prime. This means that it works to deeply hydrate and nurture the skin, giving the skin a pick me up.
I like to use a mask before a special day out, or whenever I feel I look extra tired. The Cloth mask comes in a little foil sachet that keeps the mask fresh and seals in all the liquid.

It is a little awkward and difficult to apply, but once you got the hang of it, it is not too difficult. You simply spread it over your face, and pat it into the skin, leaving there for 5-15 minutes, although I’ve often found myself leaving it there for 30 minutes or so.

The sachet contains a lot of liquid, more than you really need, so I like to pad the excess onto my neck and décolleté to give it a good treatment too, or alternatively put it into a little jar to use in the day or two following the treatment.

When I’ve removed the mask, I’d like to just leave the excess liquid to soak into my skin, and leave it there to further treat my skin, so generally I like to use the mask at night before going to bed, to let my skin benefit from the treatment during the night. In saying that, I also like using one before a special event to give my skin that glow, so if I am going out shortly after, I do remove any excess with a tissue, before applying makeup.
And immediately after you remove the mask, you can see that your skin looks not only tighter and plumper, but also fresher and brighter too, and with a lovely healthy radiant glow.

At $28 each they are not the cheapest cloth masks on the market, but are without a doubt the best I’ve tried to date, so well worth the higher price tag if you really want to treat your skin!
*Product was kindly provided for consideration, and has reviewed in accordance with my Disclosure Policy.

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